Pelosi Proves Democrats Are Completely Out Of Touch With Reality


We all know that the brains of most Democrats are completely broken as a result of Donald Trump’s rise to political superstardom and influence. His presidency caused most liberals to malfunction, revealing just how derranged they really are.

The obsession with Jan. 6 proves just that.

However, Nancy Pelosi really takes the cake as perhaps the most insane, the most asinine, and frankly, the funniest show of lunacy during the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 protest.

No one expected Nancy Pelosi to deliver a comedy routine during the holiest of 1/6 celebrations for elected Democrats and their friends in media, but then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi actually ceded the floor of Congress to “Sopranos” extra and “Hamilton” playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Consistent with a day chock full of political theater, Pelosi first introduced the Broadway playwright Thursday as one of the “great creative talents of our time.”


“May his beautiful words be an inspiration to us,” Pelosi added. “Among the words he said in the music ‘we’ll make it right for you if we lay a strong enough foundation, we’ ll pass it on to you and we will give the world to you.’”


Miranda, who before winning a Tony Award was most famous for saying “I think maybe, I don’t know” to Tony Soprano in Season 6, Episode 15 of the hit HBO series, appeared via video call in front of Congress speaking about how a “New Year brings hope for the future.”


Miranda said we are all “stewards of the American experiment” working to “pass down to our children and grandchildren a more perfect union,” quoting what he wrote about in the song “Dear Theodosia” in his musical, “Hamilton.”

We weren’t the only ones who noticed the inclusion of Miranda in the events of the day.

The clip then threw to a pre-recorded performance of the song with the members of the Broadway cast. The recorded show was not new and was part of a video shared in October by the far left progressive activist group

After the performance, members of Congress can be heard clapping as Pelosi said how the “arts have a way” of “saying things” that connect. She also said it was why she felt it was important to have “the arts lead us in this discussion” for the Jan. 6 anniversary.

It’s actually quite difficult to wrap one’s mind around this level of cringe.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth